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  • #16
    I have a 2.75 and 2.85. If you want to trade, send me a pm with your mailing address and I'll get them out to you. You can send me back the one you have the most of, as I'm just slowly collecting shims for my yet to be built engine.
    Ray Matteis
    KE6NHG
    XS1100 E '78 (winter project)
    XS1100 SF Bob Jones worked on it!

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    • #17
      BTW Forden, the posted pic of that bike makes it a 79Standard not Special. Tell-tale signs are fuel tank, front fork, and several other things.
      81H Venturer1100 "The Bentley" (on steroids) 97 Yamaha YZ250(age reducer) 92 Honda ST1100 "Twisty"(touring rocket) Age is relative to the number of seconds counted 'airing' out an 85ft. table-top.

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      • #18
        That's a nice looking bike! I've only had mine since May of this year but have already decided it's the best one (out of about 15 total) that I've yet to own.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Ranger_xs1100 View Post

          Hi Mike,
          PM me your address and I'll mail you the three shims you are looking for. If you want to send your extra's back to me, that'll be cool. I'll add them to my collection.
          Bob
          Excellent, thanks Bob. PM coming.
          Mike
          1979 XS1100F
          1978 Suzuki GS750E

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          • #20
            Originally posted by DiverRay View Post
            I have a 2.75 and 2.85. If you want to trade, send me a pm with your mailing address and I'll get them out to you. You can send me back the one you have the most of, as I'm just slowly collecting shims for my yet to be built engine.
            Thanks Ray, Bob has all three, so that'll take care of it.
            1979 XS1100F
            1978 Suzuki GS750E

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            • #21
              Originally posted by motoman View Post
              BTW Forden, the posted pic of that bike makes it a 79Standard not Special. Tell-tale signs are fuel tank, front fork, and several other things.
              Indeed it is, I prefer the style of the standard. I don't think I called it a special anywhere, did I?
              1979 XS1100F
              1978 Suzuki GS750E

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Forden View Post

                Excellent, thanks Bob. PM coming.
                Mike
                Got it Mike,
                I'll get those out to you early next week.
                Bob
                Bob's Bikes:
                LG, Military theme.
                LH, With XJ maxim tank.
                SF, Current Project.

                Bob's websites:
                https://projectxs11.wordpress.com
                https://rucksackgrunt.com

                Bob's Books:
                "
                Project XS11" (Published here.)
                "Rucksack Grunt" (Published here.)

                ...

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Forden View Post

                  Indeed it is, I prefer the style of the standard. I don't think I called it a special anywhere, did I?


                  No Forden, your model listing is correct. Sorry, my bad.
                  81H Venturer1100 "The Bentley" (on steroids) 97 Yamaha YZ250(age reducer) 92 Honda ST1100 "Twisty"(touring rocket) Age is relative to the number of seconds counted 'airing' out an 85ft. table-top.

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                  • #24
                    Hi Mike,
                    I dropped the shims off at the post office this morning, ETA Tuesday.
                    Bob
                    Bob's Bikes:
                    LG, Military theme.
                    LH, With XJ maxim tank.
                    SF, Current Project.

                    Bob's websites:
                    https://projectxs11.wordpress.com
                    https://rucksackgrunt.com

                    Bob's Books:
                    "
                    Project XS11" (Published here.)
                    "Rucksack Grunt" (Published here.)

                    ...

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